Easter festivities start this weekend, there are other cool events to check out in the Lake George region, and anglers will want to read up on the new fishing regulations going into effect April 1.
Fort Ti’s Garden Symposium, Thunder Games & More Events
Check out what’s coming up:
- Easter Bunny at Aviation Mall: April 1 – 17
- Around the World Wine Dinner at Holiday Inn Resort: April 1
- Adirondack Thunder VS Maine Mariners: April 2
- Fort Ticonderoga Garden & Landscape Symposium: April 2
- Behind the Scenes at Up Yonda Farm: April 2
- ABT Presents the Wicked Land of Oz: April 2 – 3
- Adirondack Thunder VS Maine Mariners: April 3
- Lake George Library Dinner at Holiday Inn Resort: April 7
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Taste NY to Return In-Person at SUNY Adirondack
Local restaurants, wholesalers, and other businesses will come together for a flavorful event on April 28 at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury. The Taste NY Producer Showcase is described as a “business-to-business expo event” aimed at showcasing farmers and agricultural producers in the Adirondacks and New York State. There are also going to be educational workshops and a networking breakfast.
If you’re not a restauranteur or someone looking to network, you can still get in on all the fun! Enjoy free admission to meet your area farmers, brewers, and more, and sample high quality, regional products.
Plan Ahead for Easter in the Lake George Region
Easter dining specials are starting to be announced, including brunch, dinner, dine-in, and takeout. Browse all the dining specials then see the full list of Easter events to check out egg hunts and other happenings as well.
Lake George Arts Project Will Power Up Lake George
The Lake George Arts Project is seeking artists to paint the Village in time for the summer tourist season, reports News 10 ABC. The “Power Up Lake George” project will involve artists painting traffic signal cabinets at four locations around the Village, all along Canada Street. This is similar to the electrical boxes project in Glens Falls. Admissions are being accepted through April 15, and you can check out the details here.
New Fishing Regulations Go Into Place Tomorrow
There are new fishing regulations going into effect starting Friday, April 1. Changes include:
- A significant reduction in special regulations
- Sportfish seasons now have a hard opening date
- Ice fishing is now allowed in waters inhabited by trout in most of the state
- Sunfish regulations have been tightened
- Minimum size limit for crappies has been increased
- Experimental regulations regarding sunfish have been placed on 11 waters
“Amendments to freshwater fishing regulations provide greater consistency and significantly reduce special regulations, while still maintaining protective measures to sustain the health of the State’s fisheries,” DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos said in a statement.
- News 10 ABC: Talent sought for Lake George public art project